Response of nitrifying bacterial communities to the increased thiocyanate concentration in pre-denitrification process.

@article{Kim2011ResponseON,
  title={Response of nitrifying bacterial communities to the increased thiocyanate concentration in pre-denitrification process.},
  author={Young Mo Kim and Hyun Uk Cho and Dae Sung Lee and Chul Park and Donghee Park and Jong Moon Park},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2011},
  volume={102 2},
  pages={
          913-22
        }
}
Changes in process performance and the nitrifying bacterial community associated with an increase of thiocyanate (SCN-) loading were investigated in a pre-denitrification process treating industrial wastewater. The increased SCN- loading led to the concentration of total nitrogen (TN) in the final effluent, but increasing the internal recycling ratio as an operation parameter from 2 to 5 resulted in a 21% increase in TN removal efficiency. In the aerobic reactor, we found that the Nitrosomonas… CONTINUE READING

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